"The car is always evolving," notes Jeremy, who claims he's on his third set of door panels alone. The Q Forms speaker pods on the doors house MB Quart 6.5-inch woofers, while the kick panels are home to a component set that includes 5.25-inch woofer with a tweeter. The rear package tray supports a pair of 6.5-inch woofers, and the trunk now houses an Infinity six-channel amplifier, which powers the cabin speakers as well as the Kicker 12-inch subwoofer that's enclosed in a special aluminum-lined box. A pair of stiffening capacitors makes sure the bass signal from the Eclipse CD player hits hard every time.
Another custom touch is the relocation of the heating and cooling control panel to the glovebox. This was done so Jeremy could move the head unit up into the now vacant location; the double-din area below is now home to a switch panel that controls the electric fan, as well as added lighting controls for the front and rear strobes, and trunk-enclosure lights.
Jeremy's always-evolving project should soon have a smoothed-out engine bay, as that is next on his list of modifications. In the meantime, this 5.0L wails with the sound of muscle as Jeremy; his wife, Beth; and sons, Jacob and Max, enjoy the ride to the next show or cruise-in.
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